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alone anymore" the problem in a neighborhood that has parents freaked out. people living in peccole ranch say.... teenagers are terrorizing their children.... who are just trying to play outside. even saying.... they are going to shoot them!!! 13 action news reporter gina lazara met with them today and learned about the frightening things these teens are saying. gina. she's live near hualapai and charleston......gina? the kids play in this cul-de-sac right here....and their parents tell me.....those teens yell threats r gate right here. neighborhood monica harrison's son has enjoyed playing with the other neighborbood kids at the end of their street.....for months. monica harrison "riding bikes...playing with their pokemon cards" until recently..... monica says -- two teens have been terrorizing them! monica harrison "every time...they wait for the kids to be out there and the end of the culdesac and they just approach them" she says they pull up on their bikes --- and that's when the yelling starts. monica harrison "scaring them
need to be careful and that something is going to happen to them" monica says it's happened 10 times in the last month. and when the teens show up.....they say things like.... monica harrison "we're gonna come in a van and we're gonna shoot you all" guy "it's awful" when one of the parents comes outside.... monica harrison "as soon as they see an adult, they take off or they give you a finger and then just run away" it's gotten to the point where monica says the kids are terrified..... and so are the parents! monica harrison "i dont let my son be out here alone anymore" one neighbor says if he sees it absolutely speak up. guy "i would tell them to get out and leave kids alone and it is not their business to be messing with little kids" the neighborhood hoa tells me they've gotten reports from neighbors living on other streets in the area---- that have very similar stories of teens making threats and flipping people off. and actually tonight -- police were able to identify one of
the h-o-a says.... even though one teen has been identified... this is still.... an on- going investigation. they realize more people..... may have had run-ins with these teens... and... if you have... police want to hear... from you. this just in ...one person is dead after a massive fire rips through three buildings in new york city. flames shot through the roof of this abandoned building where the fire started and quickly spread to two other buildings at least one of the buildings was residential. people living there managed to escape. investigators are still trying to determine the cause but neighbors say lately they've had a huge problem with squatters in the vacant building where the fire began. "what happened, how did it escalate." tonight.... a former u-n-l-v football player... is behind bars ... accused ... of beating a man to death.... in hollywood.... early sunday morning. only on -13- action news...
are speaking out. our mahsa saeidi is live in studio.... with new details. mahsa? tricia -- the alleged crime is brutal. a lot of people in las vegas are shocked. they say... canterberry... was peaceful....loving. we tracked down a former teammate to try to understand....what police say happened. "(things were always peaceful when you went out?) yes we did not have problems." randy black the second --- remembers the freshman he met back in '99. his unlv rebels teammate --- dietrich canterberry -- known as d-c. kid man, a big body, probably 61, 300 pounds." tonight -- the lapd saying canterberry -- used that strength to beat a man outside of a hollywood nightclub. the victim --devon jelkes -- seen in this youtube video -- later died at the hospital. "2-3 second" "what's going on with dc right now is awful, definitely awful, but someone lost their life over this thing." witnesses told police... two women got into a fight outside.
it's alleged he was chased by canterberry and another man... who got away. "is the second suspect close with dc? i would say they are good friends yes as a sister... and a family... deal with the unimaginable... dc's friends trying to understand how a night out... could escalate... to such violence "coach withacrest just really have to yell at hjm, and really have to go just really hard on him, in order to get him to become more feirce, you know football, more animalistic" tonight.. gunman who shot three teenagers last night on a sidewalk near carey and mt. hood. all three victims were between the ages of 14 and 16. police say a tan colored suv approached the teenagers while
moments later.. there was a fight and the teenagers were shot. all three are expected to survive. tonight... parents are worried about a possible school merger.... that could mean.... longer hours.... in the classroom. tomorrow... board members at agassi prep will begin discussing..... a possible merger.... with a new york- based school.... that would focus on.... a rigorous program. we spoke to the c-e-o of "discovery prep" who says... rumors.... of a -6- day school week are not true... but that there would be.... longer hours. . your voice.. your vote in the race for the white house and the latest abc news- washington post national poll shows hillary clinton's recent 12 point lead has evaporated. according to the latest numbers.. that poll now shows donald trump with a 1-point lead.. 46 to 45%. it's the first time trump has led in that particular survey since may. meanwhile.. hillary clinton is hard on the campaign trail with 3 stops in florida today. she's also getting help from vice president joe biden..
because of her weight. nats - alicia machado "he called me miss piggy, overweight, eating machine) clinton attended 17 events today.. but made no mention of wikileaks.. or the fbi re-opening its investigation into her emails. meanwhile.. donald trump took aim at obamacare today.. which clinton strongly supports.. and repeated his pledge to repeal and replace it as soon as he's sworn in. 27-39 trump: "i will ask co session so we can repeal and replace, and we will do it and we will do it very, very quickly. it's a catastrophe. this happens to be the first day of open enrollement for obama care.. and millions of americans.. including many in nevada.. are starting to come to terms with double digit premium hikes. 13 action news reporter bryan callahan has some tips that could save you money heading
for obama care have an uphill climb when it comes to finding a way to pay for increasing premiums... that are up 25 percent nationwide. here in the silver state things are a little better. 04.22.40.00 "in nevada we have less than 12 percent so we are seeing considerably less than the national average." the increases especially tough on those .. like claudia gooden... who has to keep track of every extra dollar she spends. 05.38.35.00 "most people that are on this are on a budget anyway." that's why the retired widow came out for e day of open enrollment... hoping to get help signing up and getting a better idea of how much more she will have to pay and what sahe may have to do to make up the difference heading into 2017. 05.38.47.00 "i'm going to just have to scrape and eat a lot of leftovers." with increased premiums across the board... experts say the best way to cut costs is to considering plans with a higher deductible... and using a health savings account. a higher deductible will reduce your premiums and the contributions to the hsa give you a tax deduction.
keep her current plan.. and is just hopeful the costs will not rise too much. 05.39.04.00 "i have to watch every step i take, but so far so good. i'll make it." i take, but so far so good. i'll make it." bryan callahan, 13 action news. tonight... we're giving you an exclusive sneak peek..... into the new... "doctor strange movie". it first aired.... during "agents of shield"... but... if you missed it... here's your second chance. 05-34 our heroes like the avengers protect.... where great cities now stand... surgeon..... who gets a new lease on
life.... when a sorcerer takes him under his wing.... and trains him.... to defend the world.... against evil. it's out this friday they're the unexpected victims.... of domestic violence. 14:00 senaca: grabbing the dogs and hanging them out the window. he broke my other dog's leg. darcy spears uncovers..... how you can help these abused animals.... fight back. plus... giving parents some peace of mind on the road. as a mom you want your kids to be safe, driving is a scary thing. 13 action news gives you an up tech tools to keep your family safe. bryan. bryan check out this intense rescue in santa fe, new mexico..
as you make up your mind, remember -- congressman heck voted 10 times to defund planned parenthood. he even threatened to shut
down the government over it. heck took all that money from wall street and predatory payday lenders and voted their way. he even wanted to privatize social security, risking it on the stock market. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. as a doctor, i see how decisions in washington impact my patients here in nevada. so even though i'm a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted ten times to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings.
en when her health is at risk. for me and my patients, joe heck makes no sense. where an
87 year old woman was pulled from a burning car. the woman said she didn't even notice the flames consuming her car until a police officer started yelling at her to get out. police say she was driving on a flat tire and the sparks caused the front of her car to catch fire. the woman wasn't hurt. that can't be left behind-- innocent animals caught in the cycle of domestic violence. in her ongoing investigation into the depths of domestic abuse.. contact 13's darcy spears examines how abusers sometimes use pets as pawns.. and how you can help fight back. there are many... 16:31 senaca : it was horrible... many voices... 22:19 donna: he would hide and
6:34 rosa: he killed my dog first and then a month later, that's when he tried to kill me. some victims can't say what happened /nat meow/ and can't get away /nat barking/. /18:04 nats with senaca and her dogs: say hi! i think she likes you, too. (laughs) the joy in this cuddle room... / 18:25 nats: thank you for the wasn't the only victim of violence. 14:00 senaca: grabbing the dogs and hanging them out the window. he broke my other dog's leg. nats/ animals are often victims of domestic abuse themselves, but also used as a way for abusers to control, harass and threaten their victims, even keep them hostage in an abusive relationship. when senaca finally fled, she slept in her car until she found shade tree and noah's animal house--the only domestic violence shelter in the state that takes pets. 15:26 senaca: they are just as valuable as my life is. i love them just as much as i love my own children.
something bad was to happen, i would never forgive myself. donna and dobby... 27:08 nats stand. there ya go (laughs)... have been together for 13 years. 26:23 nats : you want another treat? it's a relationship that's lasted much longer than the one she escaped. 19:02 donna: so he's getting a lot more open to people, but he still gets a little scared because of the abuse. because he would hit him. and he would push him off the bed. he got jealous of him! /nat detective sandra southwell with metro's recently created animal cruelty unit is working to raise awareness about pet abuse as a predictor of violence against people. 4:06 metro det. sandra southwell: the animals can often be used to control the victim. she steers victims toward noah's animal house, which all involved say isn't nearly enough. 3:39 marlene richter/shade tree exec. director: right now we're at 150 percent of capacity for women and children. we're at 125 percent of capacity for pets. but when it's a victim we can't say no! shade tree director
are being rescued from domestic abuse, and many have to go to animal shelters. she wants to see more pets included in court protective orders. 11:24 marlene: we need to make that easier. we need to have that as a standard. seventy one percent of women seeking safety in shelters reported their abuser threatened, injured or killed their family pet. but only two percent of domestic violence shelters in the u.s. offer some form o services. richter says doing more to bridge the gap is crucial. 4:55 marlene: i have watched as the children sit with their pets in the lobby. and they're crying on their pet. and they're waiting and they're petting their best friend and hoping that this is gonna be the time that it all ends. darcy tag: there are currently no laws that protect the pets of domestic violence survivors. but there's a move to change that on the federal level. the pet and women safety act
fall. for more information, go to our website at ktnv.com. darcy spears, 13 action news. shade tree is set to open a second noah's animal house in northern nevada next spring.. but they need your help. that's why they're asking that when you shop for your own pet.. shop for theirs too. you can learn how on our website as well.. ktnv.com. deals from contact -13- is november -1- st... the new black friday? amazon is already offering..... black friday discounts... t at midnight... and... new ones every -5- minutes ... right up.... to christmas weekend. but some experts say... you may want to hold off. sot - hitha herzog: "a lot more of those exclusives will be coming out on black friday... and a lot more merchandise you'll get decent savings of - 30- to -40- percent off.... right now. but... if you're planning on buying any of those big-ticket prices.... happen....
we're getting a look..... at some new car technology aimed.... at keeping your children safe!!! it's being introduced this week.... at sema. first... we found.... a rear view camera... that will install on any car. it allows you..... to see what the camera sees.... right on your smartphone... and... it's being marketed towards..... new teen drivers. diana cartwright, mother "i don't want her to be distracted so giving her the most visibility so that i feel safe and she is actually safer in the car-- that's a big deal." another great find.... for new parents... an electronic car seat it will send an alert.... to your phone..... if your child.... gets out of their seat... or... if they're too hot. a storm system is pushing through the area and will affect the region for several the area. the area will warm up by a few degrees on thursday, with highs in the mid and upper 70s around the valley. that same system will make a
will send clouds and moisture in our direction. as a result, we will have slight chances for rain thursday night and friday. friday will be another day with highs in the mid and upper 70s, with partly cloudy skies. by saturday, the system will finally start to move on and will push northeast and out of the area. warming on saturday, with highs around 80. on sunday, a different system moving in from the pacific northwest will pick up the winds and will bring a cool-down for the start to the workweek. expect highs in the upper 70s sunday, then mid 70s on monday and tuesday. thank you for joining us for
i'm steve wolford. i'm steve wolford. with all of the shenanigans danny tarkanian's pulled in nevada -- helping set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors, failing to pay thousands in property taxes, losing $17 million in a failed development scheme, imagine the shenanigans tarkanian would pull in washington. it's why we can't afford tarkanian in congress, ever.
most of us trust the food labels... on the stuff we buy... at the store... for our children. but... an alarming new study says... that maybe.... a bad idea. not only is some food not as healthy as you think.. marketing is helping to sell some of the least healthy options. according to a new study by the rudd center for food policy and obesity.. nearly 60-percent of advertising dollars promote products not recommended for children because of added sugar. and.. 50-percent of baby snack foods and 83-percent of toddler snack foods include added sweetners. dr. jennifer harri center for food policy & obesity: "the first two years of a child's life are really critical in getting them to learn to like and enjoy and eat healthy food and so if they are not given a lot of different fruits and vegetables and different textures they're not going to learn to enjoy those foods." but it's not all bad news. the study found beech-nut and gerber offer nutritious baby foods that support what experts say are the best ways to feed babies. wells fargo has agreed to
in a new settlement. this time... the banking giant is accused of overcharging homeowners... for appraisal fees. those fees are typically.... -30- dollars or less. but... wells fargo was charging at least... -3- times that amount. a spokesman for wells fargo denies... the bank did anything wrong... but says... the company wants to avoid... a long litigation process. the news comes..... without permission... from customers. it's so important to know..... when you're renting. one valley woman didn't know.... and.... it nearly cost her.... -2- thousand dollars. contact -13- has her story... so.. you don't make.... the same mistake. < liz lane: how can somebody be so lacking in compassion? liz lane is at a loss. she and her kids moved into this 37- hundred square foot rental home last september, and were looking to move out at the end of their lease. liz lane: i followed the protocal of sending them a
that i was going. this was my notice to vacate on august 31st. but what liz didn't realize, is her lease runs through september. liz lane: i reached back out to her and i said i'm really sorry. i thought it was august 31st, instead of september 30th. but this email shows, her management company quote "decided to accept and enforce the notice" liz had sent them. they expected her out by the end of august, and to pay a 2-thousand dollar fee for breaking her lease. liz lane: so i responded back, so you're telling me i have to admitted to making a mistake, but wanted to stick to the original agreement. so when management wasn't willing to work with her, liz reached out to contact 13. we contacted management, and they agreed to let liz and her kids stay for the last month of the lease. so what should you know when renting? first, be sure you have a copy of your lease for your records. and check what it says, before contacting management. lauren pena: any time you sign anything with a landlord or
the terms are and make sure you understand what's in it. attorney lauren pena, with the civil law self help center says, understanding your lease is key. liz didn't know the details of her contract, and management almost charged her 2-grand. lauren pena: in that case sure, they can say she terminated her lease. if she officially sent notice that she wanted to break her lease, then it could stand. if you have a complaint, just like liz, put it in writing. that way you have reo if there's a cost involved and your landlord doesn't respond in a timely manner, then you can warn that you plan to withhold rent, or the cost of a necessary repair. for tenants like liz, keeping records can make all the difference when dealing with a difficult situation. liz lane: i felt like i've been so reasonable with them, and to be treated like that, i've just never had that problem.> good news tonight for job hunters. the holiday season is approaching and many stores are
nearly 740-thousand seasonal jobs are up for grabs and many can lead to permenant positions. amazon says more than 14-thousand of its temporary positions became permanent after the holidays last year.. and they expect that number to increase this year. if you're wondering.. this is a list of the top-5 retailers doing the most hiring this holiday season: 1: macy's 2: jcpenney 3: office depot and office max 4: gap 5: kohl's we've told you.... "whose hiring". still to come tonight... before you start your holiday shopping. that's because a big ripoff is moving from street corners to the internet. see why a great online holiday deal for name-brand merchandise could really be too good to be true. the red flags.. so you don't waste your money.. when this contact 13 special counterfeit products are no
could contain toxins. and beware of counterfeit apple chargers. a chinese flight attendant died 2 years ago after her knockoff iphone charger set her bed on fire. beware of any website promising major savings on brand name products. remember if it seems to good to be true, it probably is. for 13 action news, i'm beth fisher, helping you so you "don't waste your money."> are yo a store credit card..... this holiday season? some are better than others. according to a new report.... from "wallet hub"... "amazon" offers..... the best card. that's followed by... "the toys-r-us store card". then... "the t-j-x card"... good..... at t-j maxx... marshalls... and home goods. rounding out the top -5- cards... are "gap"... and "target". the annual starbucks.... red cup holiday season is back.... with a big twist. this year... the cups are green. they feature..... a mosaic of more than..... 1-hundred they feature..... a mosaic of more than.....
in a single stroke... the starbucks c-e-o released a statement saying... "during a divisive time in our country... starbucks wanted to create a symbol of unity... and... the need to be good to each other." finally.. google is adding a little magic to android phones ahead of the release of a new movie about the wizarding world of harry potter. after saying "ok google".. you can turn the phone's flashlight on and off by saying "lumos" and "nox." you can also turn off your ringer and notifications by saying "silencio." that's all the time we have for report. thanks for watching. remember... contact 13's "call for action" is ready to help you..... with your consumer problem. just call one of our volunteers.... any weekday.... between -11- a-m and -1- p-m. our hotline number is... 702- 368-2255. have a great night. "black friday" is here early....
?? this fall at dunkin' donuts, get lost in pumpkin with a $1.99 medium macchiato or latte from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. sip in the season today. america runs on dunkin'. sip in the season today. "she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%. kihuen pushed to crack down on employers who pay women less than men. and kihuen will always protect a woman's right to choose. ruben kihuen for nevada.
ica runs on dunkin'. >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight jake gyllenhaal hailee steinfeld the results of our youtube halloween challenge, and music from keith urban. and now, you know him you love him, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. i hope you had a pleasant halloween. by the way, we'll be taking